holifield farm project

Holifair 2018 was our very last Holifair

Head to our facebook community to see pictures and videos of the line up and what went on.

Holifair Festival

Holifair Festival is an annual family-friendly, community-building fundraising celebration with over 30 live bands, talks, cabaret, barn dance, kids area with loads of great workshops, dance tent, chillout space, walkabout acts, firepit, theatre, storytelling, bar, craft and wellbeing area, plus local caterers and stalls. Set on the beautiful Holifield Farm Project in Gweek at the head of the Helford Estuary, it attracts up to 3000 people.

Holifair is a community fundraising event for the The Holifield Farm Project Day Opportunities for people with learning disabilities. Past Holifair’s have paid for a tractor, the start of our Hostel, Solar Panels to make us more self sufficient, amongst other useful tools for the trainees on the project.

We are proud to be an environmentally-friendly festival. We actively encourage public transport and car-sharing, by providing information & links on our website and a parking ticket incentive to car-share. The majority of all energy used on site from solar, and we keep the use of disposable plastic to a minimum. Our bar cups are re-usable and our Solar power is provided by Resource Living and Mobile Solar Stage Productions, as well as our own Solar Panels.

Holifair has a main stage, Marquee stage, DJ area, chillout and experimental areas for all kinds of musical enjoyment – which at Holifair ranges from folk, gypsy, punk, blues and reggae all the way to dance. There is a Kids Area with all kinds of workshops, storytelling, fun and games throughout the festival as well as The Secret Grove – our Wellbeing & Craft Area with artists, alternative therapists and practitioners of the mysterious and magical.

Bonallack Lane
TR12 6UJ

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